The Graduate Center has a trial through May 31 to Gateway to North America: People, Places,and Organizations of 19th Century New York. This resource, drawn from the collections of the New York Historical Society, offers over 1,500 residential and business directories, organization records, urban guidebooks, and similar historical documents. There are also trials through May . . . → Read More: New Database Trials
Join the Mina Rees Library this week with Spring Break workshops:
Tuesday, March 26th, 6pm Research in Health WebinarTo join the webinar, click this link and ‘Enter as Guest’ This 30 minute webinar will provide an overview of several resources that will help students find information from books, journals, and dissertations. Registration is suggested but not required. Wednesday, March 27, . . . → Read More: Spring Break Workshops
The Research in Social Sciences webinar supplies a brief overview on researching databases in the areas of Social Science.
Running Time: 29:07 View the Webinar here.
Webinar feedback is welcome.
Also, for more instruction on subject-specific resources, RSVP for additional upcoming webinars in Humanities, Health, and the Sciences.
Humanities Research, Fri, Mar 15, 12:30pm . . . → Read More: Social Sciences Research Video
Today is the Webinar for research in Social Sciences.
When: Today, Wednesday, March 6th at 6:00 p.m.Topic: Social Science ResearchWhere: ONLINE! At your computer, with headphones or speakers.
This webinar will give a basic overview on materials in your subject area, subject librarians, and hints for topical resources. In addition, a few effective . . . → Read More: Social Science Research Webinar Today!
The Mina Rees Library will hold evening and afternoon webinars & workshops for GC students this Spring.Register here!
March Webinars Social Sciences Research, Wed, Mar 6, 6:00pm Humanities Research, Fri, Mar 15, 12:30pm Research in Health, Tue, Mar 19, 6:00pm Research in the Sciences, Fri, Mar 29, 12:30pm
Special Off-Site Collaborative March Workshop @ . . . → Read More: Register for Spring Webinars & Workshops
The New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building at 42nd St. and 5th Ave. is an historical research library to which Graduate Center scholars have full and complete access. Books and specialized periodicals in the Library’s general collection support research in both American and European history, anthropology, political science, and other research interests in . . . → Read More: Orientation to Resources at the NYPL 2/27
The Graduate Center subscribes to the business and management, philosophy, political science, and religion portions of Oxford Handbooks Online but has a trial through March 6 to the complete database, including the sections on archaeology, classical studies, criminology and criminal justice, economics and finance, history, law, linguistics, literature, music, and psychology. Cambridge Companions Online and . . . → Read More: Complete Oxford Handbooks Trial
The New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building at 42nd St. and 5th Ave. is an historical research library to which Graduate Center scholars have full and complete access. Books and specialized periodicals in the Library’s general collection support research in both American and European history, anthropology, political science, and other research interests in . . . → Read More: Orientation to Resources at the NYPL 2/27 & 3/27
Newly available to the Graduate Center community are ArchiveGrid, providing information about primary source material, including historical documents and personal papers, held in archives, special collections, and manuscript collections around the world; ARTbibliographies Modern, indexing journal articles, books, essays, exhibition catalogs, dissertations, and exhibition reviews on all forms of modern and contemporary art in all . . . → Read More: New Resources
The Graduate Center has a trial through October 25 to the Digital National Security Archive, a collection of 94,000 declassified government documents covering such topics as U.S. policy toward Afghanistan 1973-1990, the Berlin crisis 1958-1962, relations between China and the U.S. 1960-1998, the Cuban missile crisis, the Iran-Contra affair, and U.S. policy toward terrorism 1968-2002.
. . . → Read More: Digital National Security Archive Trial